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Stranded 05-02-2017

Released: 06-13-2017


Lunchbox, a juvenile Atlantic green, stranded on 5/2/17 trapped in rocks at the jetties with loose fishing line wrapped around a front flipper. Lunchbox weighs in at 4.5 lbs and is sharing a tank with several other juvenile greens. The turtle is receiving laser therapy 3 times weekly to treat abrasions caused by the rocks. Lunchbox will be ready for release soon!
Potential release date: summer 2017

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